Futurama: Season 3, Episode 10

The Luck of the Fryrish (11 Mar. 2001)

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Fry goes on a quest to recover his lucky 7-leaf clover after being convinced that his brother took over his identity after he was frozen.



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Episode cast overview:
Turanga Leela (voice)
Bender / Yancy Fry, Sr. / Midget Jockey / Noticeably F.A.T. (voice)
Raoul / Race Announcer / Documentary Announcer / Band Member (voice)
Yancy Fry Jr, (voice)
Hermes Conrad (voice)
Horse D'ourves Salesman / Hair-bot / Breakdancing Teacher / Andy Goldman (voice)


Fry goes on a quest to recover his lucky 7-leaf clover after being convinced that his brother took over his identity after he was frozen.

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Did You Know?


The Professor claims that the win in the horse-race where it was by a quantum was a cheat because they measured it. This is a reference to the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, where it's not known, for sure, any quantum particles because they change as they're measured. See more »


In the "Centaur Race" the announcer declares that the #4 horse won, but the #4 horse actually came in third. The #6 and #10 horse came in a close first and second. See more »


Fry: Holy camolie! The house I grew up in. It's still there.
Bender: Man, Father Time really took a bat to this place.
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Features Boom Boom (1936) See more »


Don't You (Forget About Me)
Words & Music by Keith Forsey & Steve Schiff
Performed by Simple Minds
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Obviously fans will love this episode
7 September 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I am a giant fan of the series I started watching the episodes from first to the end once I saw the show when I did this was a episode that was never on TV and I didn't own the 3rd season DVD. But when I FINALLY saw this I thought it was the best episode of the show and I honestly cried at the end.

The End is a giant Surprise of what happens (I won't tell if you haven't seen) and the ending is just beyond the best ending of any series or TV show I've seen it will leave you wanting more and more of this show.

I also though that the cast of Futurama is at their best in this episode, Why? Because of how good they can be funny and yet at a lot of times be good at sad scenes.

Sound 10/10 Animation 8/10 Humor:10/10 Drama:10/10 Over all:10/10

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